Any new packages that you write, or updates to packages that you maintain,
are fine to check in to the unstable directory.  The important things
to keep in mind about CVS are: (1) nothing goes to stable until it has
been throughly tested by other users, (2) except for immediately-committed
bugfixes, if you make a change which will affect the .deb file, you must
increase the revision number, (3) check to make sure that the things you
are committing comply with fink's various policies.  "fink validate"
and "fink validate" are very handy tools for this.

  -- Dave

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